Paul Nyathi|The Goromonzi West Constituency which was billed to be an epic battle between Energy Mutodi and Luke Tamborinyoka turned out to be be a hand delivered contest to Mutodi as Tamborinyonya had to split votes against his own collegue in the MDC alliance.
The opposition party fielded two candidates who eventually shared the 15 000 votes for the party giving Mutodi a free passage to parliament with 10 000 votes.
Mutodi a top aide to president Emmerson Mnangagwa got himself to parliament with 12 942 votes while Tamborinyoka a former spokesperson to MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa got 5 964 and another MDC Alliance member Clifford Nhamburo got 10 105 in a vote which the Alliance should have won.
It was not clear at the time of writing how the two were allowed to contest on the same party ticket. – MORE TO FOLLOW